‘WE BECAME FRAGMENTS’: A Teenager Who Fled Syrian War Starts Over in Canada

By Samantha Power When I met Ibraheem in 2014, he had already endured more as a 12-year-old than most of us could ever imagine: the terror of Assad’s barrel bombs, the loss of his mother and four siblings, and the…

Woody Allen Defends Himself Regarding Child Molestation Charges on 60 Minutes

In 1992, Woody Allen gave a no-holds-barred interview to Steve Kroft to defend himself against accusations by Mia Farrow that Allen molested their then-7-year-old daughter Dylan Farrow.

In 100 Texts, the Story of Love, Heartbreak, and an Unplanned Baby

By Emily Buder When Victoria Mapplebeck found her decades-old Nokia phone hidden in the back of a kitchen drawer, she was forced to relive a story she had worked hard to forget. “I realized I’d unwittingly archived a three-year message…

Willie Nelson and Sons Detail Unbreakable Family Bond

For many years, Willie Nelson worried that he wasn’t a great father. “I’ve been gone most of the time,” he admits of his grueling lifelong touring schedule. “They had their mother there, and I wasn’t there. So there were those situations, but…

Darlene Chronicles

This award-winning documentary chronicles the life of a destitute Appalachian family. Darlene, the housewife, conducts her daily routine: carrying water, fueling a coal stove, disciplining her children, and making ends meet. A personal record of poverty. (Source: WPSU)

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